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Edvard Munch

Long Story Short

Daniel Beyer grew up between Woodstock, Illinois, and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Turns out, they were both home to some rather famous cartoonists: Chester Gould — Woodstock [...]

Gilet Jaune – Yellow Vest

This is in no way intended to be a mockery of a movement — that of gilets jaunes – yellow vests — motivated by reasons which are utterly worthy of support and [...]

This Crazy Christmas

Everybody loves lights going on and off, the snow coming down to the music — Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow — or Santa coming down the chimney, at a certain time [...]

Rabbit with Mask

Inspired by the magic pet world of Beatrix Potter and her Tale of Peter Rabbit, Shae Syu has focused on rabbit artwork since 2013, finding inspiration from her two beloved [...]

Art History Repeating

Today a good animator or graphic designer, if he feels like it, has almost the duty to try a certain kind of animation, just to test his own degree of irony and sensitivity [...]

Dirt Series

Modernism is typically defined as the condition that begins when people realize God is truly dead, and we are therefore on our own By working in series, often in unusual [...]

Santa Classics

Ed Wheeler has researched hundreds of paintings and finds that certain compositions beckon to him for a “Santa intervention.” Often Santa replaces a main figure in a [...]

Art from another galaxy

Contrary to what one might think, Dave is the least imaginative person you’ll ever meet. What he’s good at is taking other people’s great imagination and using it [...]

Behind the curtain

Since I don’t know how to write, I prefer to make a drawing With his good share of sweet dark sense of humor, Dran sets his eye on the contemporary society, by taking [...]

Seja bem vindo!

Dani Purper is a landscape architect, illustrator and Patchwork facilitator. Illustration has been part of her life for many years, she always liked to draw and, with time, [...]